Synrgic outs the Quad-Core T1 Android tablet
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The China-based tech company Synrgic Electronic Technology will reportedly soon start selling a new Quad-Core tablet, called T1. According to the maker, this mobile device runs on an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and can be equipped with an optional GSM modem, which means users can actually make phone calls with it. There is still no word on an official release date (or pricing) but the slate PC is expected to make an appearance at the IFA 2012 trade show for consumer electronics in Berlin.
Apparently, the T1 tablet is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 system on a chip that packs four cores operating at a frequency of 1.5GHz and the integrated ULP GeForce GPU. Moreover, the portable device features a 10.1-inch LED-backlit IPS capacitive multitouch-enabled (10 fingers) 16:10 display with a maximum supported resolution of 1280-by-800 pixels.
Beneath the screen, you can find 1GB of low voltage LPDDR2 RAM and an SSD with a storage capacity of 16GB. Users are further provided with Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n, 3G and Bluetooth 4.0+EDR radios, a GPS receiver with AGPS support, dual cameras (2MP FF and 8MP RF with AF & LED flash) and one micro USB port.
The product data sheet also indicates that the Synrgic T1 is 8.5mm thick and weighs 570g with the built-in 6358mAh battery.